In the Wild with Greg Wagner


 I’ve always said that I greatly appreciate media folks who get out and hunt and fish in Nebraska. I am continually promoting and fostering those outdoor activities and others within the ranks of the press corp in the Omaha-metro.   



That means I greatly appreciate longtime area meteorologist and broadcaster Jim Flowers of Omaha, NE! Jim is the Chief Meteorologist at Omaha’s NBC affiliate which is WOWT-TV/Channel 6.  He can also be heard on Omaha’s news radio station 1110 AM/KFAB. Jim is married to Barb, with two boys, Brian and Patrick, and for relaxation enjoys fishing, hunting, camping, and of course, the weather. 

As you can see, Jim is very passionate about his hunting and fishing endeavors.  

Jim with a Master Angler channel catfish caught and released from the Summit Lake SRA near Tekamah, NE.

Jim Flowers with one of the many nice largemouth bass he has caught and released at the Louisville Lakes SRA near Louisville, NE.

In fact, he blogs about his outdoor adventures frequently on the station’s website (  

Look closely, a pic of whitetail buck he took from his deer stand in eastern Nebraska last year.

Beautiful Nebraska whitetail buck Jim!

Rooster pheasants are among the upland game birds Jim likes to pursue with his canine buddy.

Click here for the latest blog entry regarding his outdoor experiences in the Cornhusker State:  

See you out there, greatly appreciating a member of the Omaha media who thoroughly understands, enjoys and relishes time spent outdoors! Now, about that weather forecast for tomorrow, Jim …  


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